Starting a Roadside Assistance Business

Are you the type of person who can manage a business 24 hours a day, seven days a week? Then the startup designed for you is the roadside assistance business which requires a person to be ready to serve people from all walks of life.

This guide will help you get started in the roadside assistance industry if you plan to start in the roadside assistance business.

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You will be very busy in this service business because you must perform several services, such as towing cars to the nearest auto mechanic shop, repairing flat tires, bringing customers' gasoline, jumpstarting dead batteries, and unlocking the cars. To win this kind of business, you must have the most heavy-duty and high-quality materials, such as jumper cables, repair tools for flat tires, locksmith tools, a gas can, a cell phone, and a tow truck.

Helpful Advice for Starting a Roadside Assistance Business

Prior exposure: Your know-how will count a lot in this business. It is a requirement for you to have experience in being a roadside assistant.

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Buying tools and accessories: If you are pretty confident in doing the job well, your next step is to buy the tools needed for the trade. In this business, you can do the job yourself or hire employees to perform all the required services. Depending on your funds, you can buy a flatbed tow truck to provide more services to customers having large vehicles.

Get ready to accept payment: You must open a merchant account and buy a POS machine to swipe a credit or debit card.

Ways to price your service: The business structure is fundamental. With the right plan, you can make a substantial amount of money. If the service is required at night, then you can add surcharges. This is the best part of this business regarding increasing profits. You will have to do your homework to find a competitive price to charge for your service in the neighborhood.

Calculating profit: Every business person looks forward to finding their ROI. Your total earnings minus all expenses, including the interest you pay towards the loan, will profit you. You must consider the added costs if a particular employee has been hired to render service on a night shift. Don't forget to add the bookkeeping expenses if you are outsourcing it. Finally, you will get a profit figure before tax.

Finalizing area of operation: Next, you need the coverage area to be defined. By doing this, you will be able to cut costs on gasoline expenses. To ensure you adhere to the rules and regulations in your area when operating this kind of business, you must check your local police department carefully. It would help if you also asked them how to add your business to get listed on the call list. With this, they can contact you when they need roadside assistance during accident scenes.

Beating the competition: Since this is an in-demand business, you must also consider your competitors. Check out how they advertise their business and what additional or special services they provide.

Advertisement: You must advertise your business to get more leads and conversions.


  1. How much does it cost to start a roadside assistance business?

    The direct cost involved in starting this business is buying a towing truck. Depending on a new/pre-owned vehicle, the rate will vary from $10,000-$200,000. Other formalities, including insurance, tools, and paperwork, will cost $7,000-$10,000.

  2. How to get a business license for roadside assistance?

    If you finalize to provide towing services, you must procure three licenses and all other local permits for a business. You must call your clerk's office for local licenses for more information. For towing services, you need the following keys.

    Indictment management is required by a tow truck to tow a vehicle when the law enforcement officer initiates the request.

    Privet property is required by a tow truck to tow a vehicle when the parking facility owner initiates the request.

    Consent tows are required by a tow truck to tow a vehicle when the vehicle owner initiates the request.

  3. Do you need commercial auto liability insurance?

    Yes, you need commercial insurance even if you are not planning to tow a car. One can mess up the vehicle while replacing a battery or tire, so major auto insurance companies will need your business to have commercial insurance to work with them. You can check out some comments on The average insurance cost per year will be around $3,000.

  4. How much does a roadside assistance business owner make?

    Earning varies with location; an owner usually makes $25,000 - $40,000 annually. A roadside assistance technician's salary goes from $11/hr to $14/hr.

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  • Glen Dye Sr said on January 4, 2011
    I want to start A roadside service covering the montgomery county and surrounding area with roadside service lock outs, tire changes ,jump starts,gas. I dont have the funds at this time to purchase a wrecker but I hope in the near future I will so I can run A full time roadside service
  • Harry Chestnut said on January 7, 2011
    The article is very helpful, I am in the process of starting up my own roadside assistant business and don't know if I can afford a rollback at this time. What are the advantages and disadvantages of the wrecker and the rollback? The wrecker seem to be more affordable at this time. How would you actually get started, I understand the part about the Police and Sheriff dept,. Are there any other suggestions that you can share like hooking up with a company like AAA or some other company. Any other information on how to market the business would be great. I myself have experience in hauling cars and automotive experience, management in the auto industry, over the road truck driver as well. Thank You in advance for all your help and advise. Harry Chestnut
  • bill trumper said on January 11, 2011
    northumberland, pa, 17850 The article was very helpful i am interested in some info on how to get connected with aaa and how to get started and is there any advice on rates for service or how who could make monthly or annually
  • Travis sanchez said on February 15, 2011
    Hi, i'm looking to start a road side assistance company. I meet most of the requirements the only thing I lack is the knowledge of how to get on a list for the insurance company to contact me to do a call
  • hadija said on August 15, 2011
    Hi, i'm looking to start a road side assistance company.please assist!
  • Bryan said on September 24, 2011
    What do you need to start a roadside assistance business I have all the tools. I been doing roadside for over a year now.
  • Ben said on October 12, 2011
    I am looking to start a roadside assistance company and am looking for partners to go into business with. If you know anyone in the southern california area please email me
  • Joel Menchaca said on October 24, 2011
    I am currently a Texas Peace Officer. Before I came into the law enforcement field I was a auto body and paint ASE/ICAR Master technician. Before I became a technician I had been working with my uncle at his tow truck company (Valley Towing & Storage) located in Brownsville, Texas for more than thirteen years. I had been working part-time on vehicles for extra cash. But now after I read this article it really motivated me to start my own roadside assistance company. I got my permits and insurance. I recently started on my own, using my personal pickup truck and tools I already had.. It felt great when I got my first service call and helped a motorist in need. Thank You for your support and knowledge. Yours truly, RVG Roadside Assistance Los Fresnos, Texas 78566.
  • Erskine troublefield said on February 18, 2012
    I am in pg county m.d just got me a 2003 dodge work van trying to start my own roadside assistance business. how can I get with aaa
  • Sandra said on March 24, 2012
    I am in Tucson, az. my fiancee and I want to start a RA company. we aren't sure what type of permits, license and insurance we need.
  • Bill said on March 29, 2012
    I am in Columbus Ohio and trying to start a roadside assistance business. How do I find out about permits license and insurance to get started?
  • Mike said on April 27, 2012
    Hi how do you hook up with AAA OR CROSS COUNTRY? Also what permits and insurance do I need and what's the credit card thing?
  • James Cullen said on May 16, 2012
    Hello, I live in Orangeburg, SC. I already have a truck, all I need are the right tools for the trade. What do I need. How can I get with AAA? What kind of licenses or insurances do I need?
  • rob beginner adviser said on May 16, 2012
    e-mail me james cullen i can help you out ROROADSIDE@YAHOO.COM i have 22 years in towing and roadside

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  • Katerina said on May 21, 2012
    would like to open RoadSide Assistant. Know pretty much everything about this, except where can i get license or how to open it. Please assist. Thank you!
  • Angel said on May 25, 2012
    What kind of licenses do I need in order to open Roadside assistant Membership in Northern California like AAA, Allstate etc? AC.
  • joshua keogh said on June 16, 2012
    I live in charleston sc i've been doing roadside 4 years now i would like to know how to get insurance companies to use me for their calls and if you know anything about cross country recruiting i spoke to a recruiter a couple of years ago but didnt have the insurance.
  • Stephen said on July 26, 2012
    Hi I live in Maryland and want to start a roadside assistant what kind of license/permits and insurance do I need for this business? I know about cars I have a dodge van to start and some tools just need some help on how to go about starting. Thanks
  • Charles Butler said on September 6, 2012
    I am in North Florida and would like to get into the roadside assistance business. I would like to know what and how I get with the different companies to get started and what is required of me to get started? I also would like to know how to get with the tire companies to get a vendor agreement going with them so that I can work with them along with other companies? If you can advise me of my steps that will be helpful. Thank You
  • Jessica Lohmeier said on September 12, 2012
    I have all the tools needed to be a roadside assistant tech. I live in Lansing, MI. Looking for a job.
  • Micheal Dic said on September 23, 2012
    I recently started a roadside assistance business and went to the motorclub websites and they all have application packages to download and fill out and fax to company. All I needed was a little more liability insurance on my car and faxed each motorclub a insurance certificate with them listed on bottom of form. Your insurance company should be able to fax it for you.
  • Micheal Dic said on September 23, 2012
    all i needed was a basic business license for only 13.75 for a year and a fax machine. I bought my tools on great prices or
  • Alberto Lagos said on October 30, 2012
    hello,i want to start my own business i always work for somebody else but is time to do it on my own i got all the tools except the tow truck can i start with out it? just so i can buy one in the near future
  • ANDREAS said on November 4, 2012
    we are based in Cyprus and we are already own a roadside assistance company. We are dealing with insurances (5)but we dont make money. Probably the money that they pay us are little. Because of the competition, is very difficult to get a better price from the insurances. They advised me that we need to get a marketing manager who is going to improve our situation. The problem is that this manager will not have a clue about this business, how to close low fair contacts with associates etc. I'm trying now for 6 years but nothing is happening. Lately we don't loose money .but from the other hand we dont make money. What is yous idea about the whole thing. Must i continue trying or must i move out
  • Emad , dearborn michigan said on December 12, 2012
    I would like to start road side assistant business in dearborn Michigan. I have all the tools for job and I was working in this field for 2 years with my brother in philadelphia but because I moved to dearborn michigan I need a help how to contact the insurance companies to receive a phone call.
  • Alberto said on December 13, 2012
    I'm in montgomery county md and i'm tying to start my own business and i have the hook ups with the insurance companies and i'm looking for a partner.
  • Alberto said on December 13, 2012
    I'm located in maryland and i'm trying to start my own roadside assistance company and i'm looking for a partner i can get us to work with insurance motor clubs have the hook ups .email me at. lets talk about it
  • Arthur ndu said on January 30, 2013
    Hi I am located in boston and had a problem with my car which i called a road side assistance and ever since then i have been thinking of going into the business, I need to know step by step details on how to start the business, the licensees, permit and insurance. I would also like to know how best to market the company and get calls for jobs. Thanks.
  • Ruley Towing said on February 13, 2013
    Viola Iowa, I have owned my own Towing & Recovery business for 1 year. We are a 1 truck operation. I'm running a 93 medium duty International. I wanted to tell anyone wanting to get into the towing business to GO FOR IT. I did have prior experience but like a lot of people no funds. I borrowed less than $10,000 for my truck and start up you just gotta keep expenses to a minimum and keep pluggin away. AAA has been great to us as well as local shops. Business cards and Truck exposure is great to along with word of mouth is best advertisement I found
  • manuel said on March 21, 2013
    how can I get my license to do roadside service lockout, tire, battery install, and gas delivery I am in texas
  • Ebony Simon said on March 22, 2013
    I can help anyone get their roadside assistance business started from home for very cheap. this is what i do for my personal business. contact me now at @ebony_simonWFH
  • james harris said on March 27, 2013
    I live in Atlanata Ga I have no experience but just want to start my own business. I want to know if I just use my car for jumps, tire changes, locksmith, and gasoline. will I have any success?
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  • Anthony Andrews said on March 31, 2013
    I live in Allen Texas .The article was very helpful to me. What kind of business plan do I need to prepare for my business before getting started? All I have to get started is heavy duty jumping cables, container for gasoline, and changing flats. I would like to add scanning to check for check engine light.
  • kim rental llc said on April 19, 2013
    do I need permit-license for road side service. new ford f150 4x4 pickup all the tool air pump and generator.
  • Dera said on April 26, 2013
    Hi i live in Boston Massachusetts and i currently work with a roadside assistance company and i have all the tools, and would like to start up my own roadside assistance company but would like to know what kind of permit, license and insurance that i need and how to get calls from different insurance company or motor clubs. Thanks.
  • richardkaleohano sr said on April 26, 2013
    Hi:i live in hilo and kona and i want to start a roadside service covering kona and hilo surrounding area.with roadside service, lockout, tire change, jump start, gas delivery 24hr. i dont have funds at this time to purchase a wrecker or rollback. but hope in the near future i can run a full time road service i have 5yr experience and want to hookup with AAA roadside service and how to get calls from different insurance company or motor clubs. thank you.
  • Kadeem Jamal said on May 7, 2013
    Hi! i'm Kadeem Jamal. I am a member of motor club of america which is the BEST roadside assistance company to be involved with. You can sell the service and also use the product. greatest rates around. if you really want to make money visit
  • Richard Stanley said on May 12, 2013
    My name is Richard Stanley and I have been in the industry for 9 years. I'm out of San Diego, CA. I can and will help anyone, FREE OF CHARGE start their own roadside assistance business. I have done tv commercials, membership and now I'm in the process of opening my business up in Cleveland, Ohio. I would love to network with like minded people. I'm at
  • Richard a Kaleohano,sr said on May 21, 2013
    Hi. my name is richard and i need help in running a business in roadside service, RKservice. thank you.
  • dwayne hambrick said on May 25, 2013
    Hello my name is Dwayne I live in Richmond va I'm interested in starting my own roadside assistance business
  • adam hutson said on June 3, 2013
    i live in sedalia missouri i was doing roadside for 3 years in kc missouri now in a smaller town how do i find out how many calls they get around here to see if its worth getting started here please help
  • Robert Glynn said on June 7, 2013
    i am able to start anyone up with roadside are towing in any state in the us
  • DAVID said on June 18, 2013
    Shreveport, LA USA. Email me if you can steer me in the right direction to begin a roadside assistance business. I just retired and I enjoy helping people. Help people, and make money to supplement my retirement, now thats what I am talking about. david
  • FREDO said on June 27, 2013
    i'll like to start a roadside assistance in prince George's county maryland. need to be listed with all the major insurance companies. need to know license type, insurance type and not interested in towing but only flat tire, jump starts, fuel delivery, lockout and deliver batteries
  • Rhoda said on July 20, 2013
    Are you in the Roadside Assistance business or want to be? This is Awesome minimal low cost system will enhance your business or help you get started! To learn more with your contact information
  • anthony said on July 26, 2013
    i'm in Winchester va and have worked for a roadside assistance for over a year but now all they want to do is tow. i have all the tools and good at what I do just need all the information to get started
  • Michael said on July 27, 2013
    Hey Folks, I live in the Fredericksburg Va region of the east coast. I too have been doing roadside assistance for other companies for a while now but cant stand the lousy per call pay outs (not to mention the often erroneous no call response penalty dockings I see in my pay outs. Despite that I really do love the challenge and the jobs. I'd like to know who can point me in the right direction as far as beginning to find out how to start my own legal RA company here in VA. Thanks for your time in advance- M
  • LT said on August 13, 2013
    Roadside & Towing since 2005 as owner operator to about a dozen insurance/motor clubs. I can guide u but I also consult on a hire basis. Tip of the day - provide niche services in a niche area can be golden, just keep your expenses low.
  • BIGPUSH LLC said on September 16, 2013
    My name is Lawrence Miliner I live in dayton ohio I have very little experience in roadside assistance business. I'm looking to start my business soon. I meet most of the requirements .what I lack is the knowledge of how to go about getting with companies like AAA and how to price potential customers. I really need your help.
  • lawrence Miliner said on October 10, 2013
    Dayton Ohio 45414 you e mail me at the above e address r phone me at 937 789-4964
  • daniel said on November 22, 2013
    can anyone tell me if motor club of america is worth my time trying to get on there call list for roadside assistance. i do not own a tow truck at this time but do light duty roadside lockouts, flats, gas, jumps. e-mail me
  • Mike said on November 26, 2013
    Hi I want to cover the NewYork queens area and I have experience in this field and I have the tools and the experience in this field. I can do fuel deliveries, tire changes, jump starts, lockout service and batteries.
  • Brenda Lemos said on December 3, 2013
    hi my husband wants to start a little business not towing only flats, battery charging, jumpstart, only the basic lock outs and want to know how to get started on that what type of insurance is needed and how to get a contract with AAA or farmers etc can u please let me know.
  • help is Here said on December 6, 2013
    Open your Own Roadside assistance operation Now . We do billing , dispatching and communicate with all reps from up to 6 motor clubs about your operation ! You need to have Experience in the Field to be considered. No start up cost only your Tools . Work for Yourself and Grow, Email Jay at Correct Email. RRUSAORLANDOI@LIVE.COM
  • harris said on December 10, 2013
    I already do roadside for a company for basically pennies! I am dedicated & got what it takes physically. Be sides tools, i just dont know how to start my company from a legal standpoint. Do i need some kind of special license( how do i get contracts, where do i go for these answers? I got tools!
  • Marc Rude said on December 15, 2013
    Please contact me I am interested in starting my own road service business.
  • Claudel C. said on December 23, 2013
    Hello I'm trying to start up my own roadside assistance business if anyone can give me a few tips about how to start it up and everything i need please land a few tips
  • Shelia said on January 2, 2014
    In Texas and need help/leads/info to get started with my roadside assistance business.
  • Joseph Mastropiero said on January 24, 2014
    hello, I want to start a roadside assistance business with out a tow truck just lock outs, battery jumps, gas service and service flat tires. any help would be appreciated on how I can get this business started. I am home all day and work nights. I have a reliable pick up truck and all the tools necessary for this operation. Driving record is clean and I am fully insured. T.I.A, Joe...
  • Kevin said on January 30, 2014
    Grand Rapids, Michigan. I would !!LOVE!!! to start a Roadside assistance club. How would I go about going into each insurance agency? I have been doing roadside for 2 years now, have all equipment and necessary experience. Any information helps, I can be reached by email at Thanks and looking forward to reply's!
  • chuck said on February 3, 2014
    i live in chicago, il i would like to start a roadside assistance co, i have a van with all the equip for jump starts, tire change, gas, lock out, i have commercial ins for the van do i need only workers comp/ins only. to work with motor clubs.
  • Al said on February 12, 2014
    I live in Atlanta,GA and I will like to know step by step details on how to start my own roadside assistance business. I will only be focusing on tire changes, lock outs, jump starts, and fuel delivery. I would like to know how I can connect and get calls from AAA and all the major insurance companies. I will also like to know how best to market the company and get calls for jobs.
  • Ian Joseph said on April 16, 2014
    Leaves in atlanta ga, and i'm looking for more information on how to get started with doing road side assistance for companies like AAA and other insurance companies
  • Dave said on April 25, 2014
    Hey I have been doing local road service lockouts, gas deliveries, jump starts, flat tires for over 2 years now at least, and advertise on Craigslist. It basically stinks, some days I will get a call or two, most days nothing. I have tried advertising other places, and get some calls, but really REALLY need some help getting hooked up with any auto clubs or AAA services to sub contract me work. I also have a crew of a couple guys as so I can take care of basically all of Long Island, NY. NY is very tight on getting started in business, and would really love to talk to anyone that feels like reaching out to help a guy get started contracting work or accounts of any kind. Please, feel free to email me anytime to talk or even a small bit of advice or encouragement is always very much appreciated., Thanks guys, I hope I hear from some of you! I can't see anything better than getting paid to help people that are stuck on the road somewhere. dave
  • Gina Joseph said on April 30, 2014
    I need someone to call and help my Roadside company to pick up. I want to know how I can get contract from big company to get my company going. Please feel free to call me at 7862587621, again thank you for your time and understanding.
  • Dave said on May 8, 2014
    update.....just found out in my area, NY, that there are hundreds of companies waiting on the waiting list for AAA, and the main corporate guy who I spoke to from NY said it would be something like 10 years before they took me as an option, since there is so many guys on the list already. So, back to the drawing board, I really want to start this up, but anyone have ideas on how to go about it without AAA? I understand I would technically be in competition with them, but locally I'm sure I can be used by a lot of people that don't currently have AAA, not to mention how many bad reviews I hear about AAA. So, if anyone has any suggestions or advice on how to go about this endeavor, please give me a thanks guys, dave
  • James said on May 12, 2014
    What kind of permits and insurances would I need for Texas in order to preform lockouts, jumpstarts, tire changes etc? I already have all the tools needed to do the work and also the exp to do the job.. Any advice would be very help!
  • Jorge said on September 3, 2014
    I'm in the process of starting a roadside assistance company. However, the only thing I have no experience in nor the funds to obtain is a wrecker. How will this affect my business in the short term?
  • nikki said on September 29, 2014
    If you are looking to start your own roadside business I can help guide you. Email me
  • Justin said on October 2, 2014
    I'm thinking of opening up my own roadside/general assistance company for Saratoga county and the surrounding areas and counties. I don't have enough money for a wrecker, so I was wondering if it would be a good idea to offer roadside assistance services along with general services that are a priority to people but not as much as a priority to send fire and EMS personnel such as lock outs, etc.
  • Mikkel Henderson said on October 14, 2014
    So what the average income of an roadside biz?
  • Frank said on October 22, 2014
    I'm trying to start a roadside business out of new Stanton PA for cars and heavy truck and trailers. I got all the tools and equipment and have already been doing this for another company for a long time. I'm curious how to go about getting proper permits and paying taxes ect. So it's all legal any helpful advice will be appreciated thanks
  • Derek said on October 28, 2014
    Looking to start my own roadside assistance company. I'm a diesel mechanic I would like to service trucks and cars. Someone point me in the right direction to get started.
  • David Escobar said on November 3, 2014
    I am looking in to starting a roadside assistance business (no tow truck). Been to City Hall here in San Jose Califonia but they have no information for this business other than just a City license/permit. Does anyone know what if anything ells is needed for Lockouts here in San Jose California? Your help will be greatly appreciated. By the way I have experience in this field, used to be a tow truck driver, now just want to do the roadside assistance for myself with out towing! Thanks again.
  • Jonathan Charquero said on November 6, 2014
    please help me to start a roadside assistance business in bristow, VA, united states
  • Benjamin Turbeville said on November 7, 2014
    I am trying to start a family owned and operated Roadside Service Company. I have over 5 years experience and in a great location in Florence ,SC. I would be covering the PeeDee areas. Location is perfect. I-20 starts in Florence and I-95 runs straight through Florence as well. We get a lot of beach traffic and the clients are pretty much endless. I love helping families and being able to do a great service for people who really appreciate the service. I have the tools and the know how on every thing when it comes to getting people back on the road with a peace of mind. I need help networking and letting people know we are out here... we can get there quick...and we can get the job done. Please those who have info on how to help grow my passion for this type work please email me cell#843-206-1274. ty in advance and GODspeed.
  • Shawn Jones said on December 8, 2014
    I live in Buffalo Ny i want to start my own Roadside Assistance business i have 3 years experience and all my own tools
  • mikkel said on December 9, 2014
    where do u get on a preferred vendor list?
  • Edward james said on December 11, 2014
    I need to know how to start my own roadside assistance thanks and god bless
  • mark m said on December 11, 2014
    I have a unlimited towing up $100.00 doesn't matter what car you tow in your family you can do a lot with this. we have all the benefits that are more than others . call me #281.407.1864 Mark .... text me why get on a vendors list just sell the membership to the customer.
  • Hector Serafin said on December 11, 2014
    I will like to know how to start my own roadside assistance in vacaville Ca. thanks!
  • Mario Rucker said on December 23, 2014
    Me and my cousin is trying to start a roadside service here in the Ripley, Tn. 38063. We would like to know where to even begin we already have the equipment to do the job because currently we are mechanics. The only provider that was out here is no longer so we want to take over and assist our surrounding counties. If you can be of any assistance to us feel free to let us know
  • Alfreda Hider said on December 30, 2014
    The article is very helpful. I am in the process of starting up my own roadside assistant business and don't know if I can afford a flatbed truck at this time. How would you actually get started. I currently work for the City of Kansas City so I have access to the Police and Sheriff depts. Are there any other suggestions that you can share like hooking up with a company like AAA or some other large company? Any other information on how to market and promote the business would be great also. thanks so much
  • Charles Kirkland said on January 15, 2015
    I would like to know what type of insurance i would need to have to start roadside assistance
  • Alex navaro said on January 18, 2015
    Full time roadside service in southern California 24/7 LOS ANGELES COUNTY 323-399-2583
  • Dennis Bryant said on January 26, 2015
    Hapeville, Ga, USA. I would to know everything I need to know about starting a roadside assistance company
  • Dennis Bryant said on January 26, 2015
    Hapeville, Ga, USA. I would like to know everything I need to know about starting a roadside assistance company
  • tami said on February 7, 2015
    Hello...I'm in south Florida and I do road side assistance now. I would like to start my own and need more information on permits and motorclubs. can someone please help? Thank you in advance. Tami,
  • Ralph O said on February 10, 2015
    I am starting a RA business in Nj. any information will be helpful, partners needed too.
  • Andy Dufresne said on February 15, 2015
    Hello, I've been in the business for 2 years and seriously love it. But the company I work for is falling apart. I would love to run my own service in my county and provide the fastest, most professional, and friendly service. But I have no clue how to get on any call lists, how to charge these companies, ensure I get paid by these companies, and how to get the service information when a call comes through. Any assistance you could lend would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
  • kenny said on February 27, 2015
    Baltimore, MD United States
  • muneer said on March 6, 2015
    Hi am in india and I do road side assistance now. I would like to start my own and need more information on team and conditions motorclubs. can someone please help business plans and trucks. Thank you in advance
  • santos feliciano said on March 14, 2015
    hello i'm from Chicago and I really want to open up a roadside business, but I need to know how do I go about being a service provider? can someone please help me with this ?
  • Marc A Flores said on April 7, 2015
    Plz help i want to built my roadside assistance but i dont know how to start is there anybody can help me out. i work road side service before. just want to know how to get attached to the big insurance company. Thank u
  • Rodney Jones said on May 8, 2015
    Hello I am from Capitol Heights Maryland and I would like to stop my own roadside assistance company I will like to know how to get contracts from insurance company can you help me
  • Dmarco Allen said on May 25, 2015
    I setup roadside assistance business for many people interested in this multi billion dollar industry if u want your part in this contact for further information 937-559-3475 ask for Gary
  • Peter said on May 25, 2015
    I've just signed up with Honk and they are sending me quite a bit of business in Chicago for a new company, and they pay me more than AAA. They have an app for your phone that makes things much easier and pay pretty much as soon as a jobs done. Can recommend them
  • lee nichols said on June 1, 2015
    So my question is about the same as everybody else is how do I start a roadside assistance business currently I work for a company and not making very much money I would like to have my own I'm a certified locksmith and roadside assistant technician I do not have a tow truck nor the desire to have one just using my van 4 lockouts tire changes fuel and jump starts I live in Portland Oregon do I need to be licensed bonded and insured do I have to have permits do I need a contractors license of some sort I would also like to get leads from triple AAA. Auto Club of America etc. I like to get going on this is soon as possible any information will help thank you
  • Willie said on June 11, 2015
    Chicago, Illinois, U.S.


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